I like 19th and 20th century European history, World War I, Russian, and American history.
I enjoy listening to The Teaching Company lectures.
I do not travel much, but I'd like to. However I do like going to Montreal.
I enjoy hanging out in coffee shops, despite the fact I don't like coffee.
I would love to be able to go to museums and the theater more.
I really like Central Park, but I don't get to go there enough.
I know all the lyrics to End of the World by REM.
I like listening to Garrison Keillor and Paul Harvey.
One of my tv idols is Alex P. Keaton.
I have an interest in the legal profession, but if I had my choice I'd go back to school and study history.
I have yet to figure out what I want to do with my life, but I'm content with the job I have now.
Ideally, I'd like a job doing research in Western European history and/or Russian history and politics.
Also I have an interest in being a lighting tech in the theater, but I never pursued it.
Building an interocitor.
Igby Goes Down
You Can Count on Me
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Back to the Future
Best in Show
500 Days of Summer (Anything with Zooey Deschanel)
I enjoy watching Ken Burns documentaries (Civil War and American Experience episodes).
I've been watching a lot of great British shows
such as Peep Show thanks to Netflix recommendations.
How I Met Your Mother, Modern Family, Big Bang Theory,
Doctor Who, Freaks and Geeks, The IT Crowd, Flight of the Conchords, Daria, Gavin and Stacey, Family Ties, Downton Abbey, New Girl, Black Books, Parks and Rec.
Books: I'll be honest, I have a lot of them but I haven't read them all completely. I have a lot of books about history and politics. I've read a little bit of a lot of them, but my interests change very rapidly so I tend to pick up a book on a whim and never finish the last one. I like Sarah Vowell though. I also just finished The Fault in Our Stars and enjoyed it very much.
Currently the books next to my bed are Misquoting Jesus, two books about the Russian revolutionary Nikolai Bukharin, They Thought They Were Free, and A World Undone: The Story of the Great War.
You like Jim Gaffigan, Bill Hicks, Sam Kinison, David Cross, and Mitch Hedberg.
If you agree with Bill Hicks: